For six years in a row, the Oakville Beaver has voted ExSalonce Laser & Esthetics the best spa in Oakville. It’s not difficult to see why. Owner and aesthetician Samina—who has garnered some of her own awards—has created a med spa where highly technical beauty treatments and traditional salon treatments are performed under the same roof. In just a single visit, clients might exfoliate with a facial peel, tone their muscles with the VibraSlim's vibrations, and detox in an ion-assisted session. The spa is also home to a cache of medical lasers specially designed to remove hair, spider veins, and spider webs, however those got there.
Light Touch Med Spa's experienced, licensed, and certified laser technicians wield FDA- and CSA-approved equipment to improve the natural aesthetics of their patients. Specializing in both advanced skin care and Medical Grade skin care products, Light Touch Med Spa offers free consultations performed by an experienced team of professionals. Infrared lights beam over sagging skin, tightening areas by penetrating the deep tissue and stimulating collagen growth. Fine lines and wrinkles are diminished under the micropulses of lasers and radio waves, and intense pulsed light and lasers tackle superficial and deeper leg veins. No matter the treatment, clients can take advantage of free consultations to learn more about their procedure and get close enough to the laser technicians to call them Punkin'.
At Classic Tan, certified staff members can help clients achieve the tan they want in three to four visits. That's because staff members are trained to listen for each client's specific tanning goal, and they know which of the four high-efficiency UV-bed varieties will get the job done best. Each machine is equipped with balanced cooling systems and private stereos, and each room has a private water cooler so that clients don't have to derive beverages by smashing together spare hydrogen atoms. In addition to tanning in UV beds, clients can achieve a sun-kissed look with even coats of Mystic tanning spray. They can even don the Formostar body wrap's silicon pads, which use far-infrared heat to prompt a healthy sweat that slims and detoxifies the body.
The aestheticians at Pretty Woman Salon and Spa take a med-spa approach to pampering the hands and feet of both ladies and gentlemen. The mani-pedi begins as spa specialists compose a freestyle rap about each guest's name before offering coffee or tea, then lead the way to a two-chair pedicure room equipped with a private foot shower. Aestheticians assess nail health prior to placing paws and hooves into a softening Gehwol soak, prepping nails and cuticles for a meticulous grooming while leaving calluses defenseless against a contouring file. After talons get gussied up for a hand model audition, a combination scrub and massage showers attention on appendages, boosting circulation with 5–10 minutes of bodywork from foot to knee and hand to elbow. Upon hearing extremities purr, nail techs then apply OPI polish in a choice of colour and kitten-attraction rating. Those seeking more luxurious adornment may upgrade to a shellac treatment for an additional fee.
Holistic wellness is infinitely faceted—from anxiety to weight fluctuations to signs of aging, people have a spectrum of personal health concerns. Fortunately for all, the savvy, versatile team at Oakville Spa and Wellness Centre is prepped to support clients with an array of med-spa services. Massage, acupuncture, and reflexology ease stress and support overall wellbeing, while aromatherapy facials, Shellac mani-pedis, and laser hair removal keep up appearances. But the centre's nonsurgical facelift epitomizes the fusion of wellness and spa services by tightening the skins without scars, injections, or the last wish from a lamp-bound genie.
Though it's been years since Liliana graduated from esthetics school, she has yet to stop learning. She is always seeking out the latest beauty technologies to improve her practice, such as a Zerona fat-reduction laser, laser hair removal, and radio-frequency cellulite treatments. Over the years, she has performed more than 20,000 of these noninvasive procedures, custom-tailoring each and every one to her individual client's needs.